You can learn a lot about someone by taking a walk through their social media feeds. We’ll be regularly examining the secret life of celebrity Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest accounts in a series called “Celeb Social.” For...Show More Summary
When an influencer can tap relatability plus authenticity, it's a powerful way to drive commerce, says Adam Winnick, cofounder of the online community for YouTube producers, launching Tuesday. YouTube creators need better, more innovative...Show More Summary
After years of concern, concern-trolling, and self-destructive behavior that made even Oprah do this, Rihanna is allegedly taking some time off from her Diamonds World Tour to check into a women's sex and love addiction program at Centers for Relationship and Sexual Recovery (CRSR) on Recovery Ranch, a Tennessee facility. Read more...
Oprah Talks with Alfre Woodard, Viola Davis, Phylicia Rashad and Gabrielle Union About Their Career Challenges and Triumphs on “Oprah’s Next Chapter”
- You communicate powerfully, often through Sanskrit - You are disciplined, focused and can hold headstand for at least 10 minutes - You’re a long-term thinker. You already have a plan to bring yoga and luon to Mars by 2018 More » Lululemon...Show More Summary
The show airs on Thursday. In a special episode, Lisa Ling is joined by a group of survivors of the condemned and damaging practice of "reparative therapy" as they confront Alan Chambers. Chambers recently asked Ling to help orchestrate...Show More Summary
Dark Girls… In Dark Girls, hip-hop author and journalist Soren Baker, a white man who’s married to an African-American woman, describes his early attraction to women of all races—and shares his father’s reaction. Plus, another man in an interracial relationship
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Tags: Dark Girls Oprah Winfrey IMDb Marti Noxon Tomb Raider Stevie Nicks Feminist Friday This Week in Ladybits Gird your bits, ladies. It’s getting ugly out there. Our old pal Representative Trent Franks (R-1387), for example, is trying to push a breathtakingly cruel, medically ignorant, exemption-free national abortion ban through Congress. Show More Summary
Dark Girls is a fascinating and controversial documentary film that goes underneath the surface to explore the prejudices that dark-skinned women face throughout the world. It explores the roots of classism, racism and the lack of self-esteem within a segment
Would Diane Sawyer hanging around tiny Elk Point, SD for a state Circuit Court trial be even more of a spectacle than in 1998 when Oprah Winfrey had to spent most of a week in the Texas cattle city of Amarillo? One thing for sure, Oprah got the “big” city, as Amarillo’s population was around... Continue Reading
The Smithsonian?s National Museum of African American History and Culture announced that Oprah Winfrey will donate $12 million to support the capital campaign of the new museum. Combined with her $1 million gift in 2007, this brings Winfrey?s total contribution to $13 million, the museum?s largest donation to date. Show More Summary
In a piece for the Daily Beast, Allison Samuels reflects on the announcement of the renewal of three of Oprah Winfrey's OWN network's top reality shows: Iyanla: Fix My Life, starring Iyanla Vanzant; Life with La Toya, starring La Toya Jackson; and Raising Whitley, starring Kim Whitley, all of which feature black women as their starring characters. Show More Summary
Some of Hollywood’s biggest stars have joined with the anti-nuclear group, Global Zero, in a new You Tube video to demand more action on the elimination of nuclear weapons. Among the stars making a cameo in the video are Oprah Winfrey,...Show More Summary
After loads of negative press that must have driven her crazy, Oprah's OWN network is finally hitting its stride, and it's all because she's not making shows for white audiences anymore. That's the conclusion Allison Samuels comes to in her piece for the Daily Beast Thursday about how Oprah has figured out What Women Want – or at least, what black women want. Read more...
“CBS This Morning” co-anchor Gayle King was at her other day job, O: The Oprah Magazine in Hearst Tower this afternoon when two men got trapped outside the 45th floor when a window washing scaffold collapsed. King Instagramed this photo...Show More Summary
Amidst the actual circus enviro that was Coach’s annual Summer Party on the High Line, we managed to rangle in model Chrissy Teigen for a few minutes to talk about her Twitter regrets, her elaborately braided ‘do, and what it’s really like to get interviewed by Oprah. Continue reading » Follow Fashionista on Twitter or become a fan on Facebook.
YEP! Even Oprah Winfrey is on Pinterest!!! The pinboard-style website has given some of the most famous faces yet another outlet to share some of their own pics and inspirational photos floating around the web. Check out which stars are pinning everything from yummy recipes to the best fashion trends. CLICK HERE to see the [...]
The media mogul will also lend her name to the facility's theater. read more